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In the beginning: The early Church was organized the same way as the synagogue, though many Bible translations obscure this fact. Both the Church and the synagogue were led by one or more presbyters, which means elder and became the English word priest. If there were several elders, the leader was c...
Preparing for the Coming of the Lord
Advent begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas and ends on the day before Christmas. Thus it begins on 27 November 2011 and ends on 24 December at sundown. (Christmas Eve begins at sundown.)
In most churches, the decorations are purple ...
Celebrating Nativity of Jesus Christ, the Incarnation of God
Christmas Season begins at sundown on 24 December and ends at sundown on 5 January.Colors:In most churches, the decorations are white to represent the angels who announced Jesus’ birth. You can read more about color in worshi...
Jesus Manifests Himself as God
The Epiphany is 6 January; the Season After the Epiphany lasts until the day before Lent, which is Tuesday, 21 February 2012. The lectionary includes the readings for the Epiphany in the Season after the Epiphany.
The color for the Season After th...